Bernstein: The Mystery Of Markelle FultzSixers guard Markelle Fultz's broken shot is strange for basketball, but this sort of phenomenon has precedent in baseball and golf.
Bernstein: LaVar Ball A Bother To NBA CoachesLaVar Ball has been a thorn in the side of Lakers coach Luke Walton, and recently two of Walton's contemporaries came to his defense.
Bernstein: Fans Thank Athletes In New, Better WayAndy Dalton helped the Bengals beat the Ravens and propel the Bills into the playoffs. So Bills fans are donating to Dalton's foundation.
Bernstein: Aaron Rodgers Move Merits ScrutinyIt appears as if the Packers broke league rules when they moved Aaron Rodgers to the IR for the second time, so why has the league not punished Green Bay?
Bernstein: What's Wrong With Football Coaches?Current Panthers coach Ron Rivera and former coach John Fox, when asked about owner Jerry Richardson's behavior, both flubbed answers.
Bernstein: Barkley Jumps Into Big GameCharles Barkley, NBA analyst and Hall of Famer from Alabama, supported Doug Jones over Roy Moore in the state's special Senate election.
Bernstein: Divergent Opinions On College Football Playoff ExpansionLimiting the College Football Playoff to four teams can leave worthy teams out in the cold. But should the field necessarily be expanded?
Bernstein: What Might The Tennessee Story Portend?What have we learned from the Tennessee-Greg Schiano saga?
Bernstein: Viral Altuve Video Perfect For ThanksgivingJose Altuve, AL MVP and World Series champ who revisited his childhood baseball field in a recent video, is a good reminder to be thankful.
Bernstein: Papa John's Desperate To Turn Down NFL HeatPapa John's seemed to ask for criticism, when it blamed the NFL its sales decline, referencing the national anthem controversy.
Bernstein: Baseball HOF Committee Ignoring Two Deserving PlayersThe new committee system allows era-based reconsideration of many players. So why not second basemen Lou Whitaker or Bobby Grich.
Bernstein: Doctors Conflicted Over FootballAs football's inherent dangers become more apparent, doctors who treat injured players are having a harder time justifying their roles.